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Was 'Dasha' Pytlickova rapist and killer a victim too?

May 07, 2013 at 5:10 PM

Inquest hearings were held at Timaru District Court into the 2012 deaths of young Czech tourist Dagmar 'Dasha' Pytlickova and her killer, Jason Frandi, 43. A convicted rapist who was being investigated for child-sex-abuse allegation drove hitchhiker Dagmar 'Dasha' Pytlickova, 31, a Czech tourist to South Canterbury on May 26 2012. He sexually assaulted and killed her then killed himself next to her. Frandi is one of many cases in New Zealand where the abusers were themselves child victims of severe violence abuse or dysfunctions. As children have no words or ways to express their feelings and experiences of these violence left untreated lead to worse crimes and loss of lives. Here is an interesting connection to Frandi family history



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